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November 22, 2017, 05:50:50 AM
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The future of Zimbabwe is still bleak. Zimbabweans took to the streets to celebrate the resignation of Mugabe but a fundamental question is still lurking in the alley. Now that the tyrant is gone, what happens to the 'tyranny' because the former Vice president of the Zanu PF party will still be holding forte. Are we about to see a change in the political trajectory or a new era of the subtle continuation of tyranny? Shouldn't they have set in motion a process leading into an elections immediately?  Besides, I heard that the man to now be in charge is called a 'crocodile' will the crocodile mistake himself for a fish?

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November 22, 2017, 07:31:29 AM
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Zimbabwe is a failed nation. I am glad that finally Robert Mugabe has been overthrown. But it is going to take decades to stabilize the economy. Also, I hope that the new ruler will encourage the white farmers to return to the farms from where they were driven away.


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August 27, 2018, 09:05:29 PM
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The future of Zimbabwe is still bleak. Zimbabweans took to the streets to celebrate the resignation of Mugabe but a fundamental question is still lurking in the alley. Now that the tyrant is gone, what happens to the 'tyranny' because the former Vice president of the Zanu PF party will still be holding forte. Are we about to see a change in the political trajectory or a new era of the subtle continuation of tyranny? Shouldn't they have set in motion a process leading into an elections immediately?  Besides, I heard that the man to now be in charge is called a 'crocodile' will the crocodile mistake himself for a fish?

its a failed nation, it has as far as i know multiple langauges. so still no way to develop that society through mechanising the economy.

they will likely beg for foreigners to invest into their country.

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August 28, 2018, 09:23:09 AM
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After few months, the celebration has surely died down. The reality has now set in. Celebrating Mugabe's Zimbabwe resignation is like celebrating Wenger's Arsenal resignation. There is truly no assurance of better times. Repairs after a major plummeting will not come so easily. So, we have to give them a couple of years. I just sincerely hope they are now stirring in the right direction. Though honestly, I cannot boast that this is true. The Crocodile doesn't seem any different from his former boss.
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September 02, 2018, 01:12:31 PM
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a white farmer got his land back

according to youtube

its a good sign to make the country more attractive to foreign investors.

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September 02, 2018, 06:06:27 PM
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Zimbabwe is a failed nation. I am glad that finally Robert Mugabe has been overthrown. But it is going to take decades to stabilize the economy. Also, I hope that the new ruler will encourage the white farmers to return to the farms from where they were driven away.

Decades of opening up the economy, removing all of the old price controls and socialist things which are present in the government.

But don't worry, a couple decades after all these reforms take place someone who is calling for the same things that Mugabe did will rise to power under his communist agenda and yet AGAIN force the country into chaos.


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September 02, 2018, 06:33:41 PM
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They seized all the farming land, and gave it to an inexperienced population. The result was the loss of fertile farm land, and food shortages. I gather that they now have to buy food from the former Zimbabwe farmers who moved to Zambia.

South Africa seems to be starting down the same path, and stupid Theresa May is supporting it, and giving them loads of money that we need for investment in the UK.

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September 02, 2018, 08:49:55 PM
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They seized all the farming land, and gave it to an inexperienced population. The result was the loss of fertile farm land, and food shortages. I gather that they now have to buy food from the former Zimbabwe farmers who moved to Zambia.

South Africa seems to be starting down the same path, and stupid Theresa May is supporting it, and giving them loads of money that we need for investment in the UK.

Sit back, wait a year or two and watch them all starve.

You will then have the stupid western charities that ignored the white genocide looking for white hand outs to feed them.





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